Christian Bach Nationality, Ethnicity, and Cause of Death

Adela Christian Bach Bottino was born on May 9, 1959 – February 26, 2019. She was an actress from Argentina – Mexico and produced Teleno Verra. She married the Mexican actor, director, and producer Humberto Zurita and had two sons, Sebastián Zurita and Emiliano Zurita.

After studying law and graduating, Christian moved to Mexico to become an actress. She started to work in theater and film. Her voice was often dubbed to hide her Argentine accent. She played a minor role in the telenovela Los Ricostambiénlloran, which was hit worldwide in 1979, and played a leading role in Bodas de Odio, which was successful four years later.

In 1986 she worked with Zurita at De pura sangre and they got married in the same year. Ten years later, after a series of productions by Televisa, the couple Zurita-Bach founded his own production company ZUBA Producciones and decided on the new network TV Azteca. Two years later they produced two Telenova, La Chakara and Azur Tequila for this station. And so began the careers of Bárbara Mori and Mauricio Ochmann. In the 1980s, she recorded an album as a solo singer, but lacked the success and interest of the public.

Bach died of respiratory arrest on February 26, 2019.

Nationality: Mexican
Ethnicity: Argentine-Mexican
Cause of Death: Respiratory failure